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When buyers are looking at properties online they make their minds up in seconds. That’s why having the very best photographs of your home is so important. Get the photos right and it could mean a quicker sale. Why? Well, because first impressions count.

Please provide us with a photo of the front and rear aspect of your property, and outside space, and one of each room.


You MUST ensure your photographs are in LANDSCAPE rather than PORTRAIT.

Here are some tips for taking great property photographs.

  • Get the outside photo right

    Always provide a photo showing the outside of your property

    Choose the time of day when the front of the house is shown in a good natural light Try to choose a clear, bright day

    • Move any vehicles from the outside of the property

    • Remove any clutter from outside the property such as bins and hoses

    • Mow the lawn

    • Clean the windows

  • Set the scene inside
    • Moving furniture around may help to make a room look more spacious

    • Make sure your home is well lit, and replace any light bulbs that have gone out

    • Open all curtains and blinds

    • Fresh flowers help to breathe life into a property

  • Ensure the kitchen looks great
    • Clear all work tops and make sure there are no tea towels or chopping boards on show

    • Move bins out of sight

    • Clear away appliances

    • Close all cupboards

    • Hide all fridge magnets

    • Clear the sink (no dirty dishes!)

    • If you have pets, hide their food bowls and beds

    • A full, fresh fruit bowl can add a flash of colour

  • Your other rooms
    • Remove scruffy throws from sofas

    • Arrange cushions to look smart and tidy

    • Set dining room tables

    • Remove rugs, especially where you have wooden or tiled floors

    • Any children’s toys or piles of magazines, DVDs etc should be out of sight

  • Make your bedrooms look their best
    • Make the bed and choose bed clothes that compliment the room

    • Anything stored under the bed should be completely out of sight

    • All drawers and wardrobe doors should be shut

  • Your bathroom
    • Keep the toilet lid down

    • Remove clutter like shower gels and tooth brushes

    • Close the shower curtain

    • Remove toilet paper from its holder

    • Any towels should be neatly arranged and folded, and chosen to compliment the room

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